Taste of The Kingsway

August 26, 2013 by  
Filed under Ontario, Past Events, Toronto

16th Annual Taste of the Kingsway Festival

Come celebrate & have fun, food and music!

This Fall Festival take place along Bloor Street W. (from Prince Edward
Drive to Montgomery Road) is a food & entertainment extravaganza for the whole family.


Over 200 exhibitors will be participating in this year’s event along with the ever popular Scotiabank Dog Show, Rock Climbing Walls and Street Performers. Beer gardens, 2 grand stages with non-stop entertainment, Midway Rides, the biggest Dog Show in Etobicoke, Artisan & crafter pavilions, clowns, face painters, auto show, Charity Pancake Breakfast in support of Out of The Cold and so much more!

Where: The Kingsway BIA (On Bloor Street West. between Prince Edward Drive and Montgomery Road), 3029 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke

When: Friday, September 6th, 6pm-10pm,

 Saturday, September 7th, 11am-10pm,

 Sunday, September 8th, 11am-6pm

Free admission.

Getting there: The Taste of the Kingsway is located on Bloor Street (between Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Road) easily accessible by subway, exit at the Royal York Subway Station, leave the car home and come enjoy this 3 day festival using the TTC.

For more information contact:
Email: info@kingswaybia.ca

Web site: http://www.kingswaybia.ca/

Twitter : @thekingswaybia

Rosedale Art Fair

April 23, 2013 by  
Filed under Ontario, Past Events, Toronto, Uncategorized

The 1st Annual Rosedale Art Fair. The Rosedale Main Street BIA was proud to launch the Rosedale Art Fair this spring. The two-day event showcased the notable work of emerging artists, such as Sebastien Benitez and Treva Michelle, from across the GTA at participating Rosedale stores and restaurants.

You had the opportunity to meet live with the artists and purchase affordable high calibre works of art. It was an exceptional opportunity to support the work of up and coming local artists.

Local restaurants and merchants offered special sales and promotions during the fair, which was yet another great opportunity to support your community.

The event featured:

  • · “Art in the Square” where up to forty artists showcased their curated work. Visitors had the opportunity to meet directly with the artists and purchase works of art from all the artists.
  • · Photographs of Sebastian Benitez whose recent photographic series explored the themes of memory and identity.
  • · Treva Michelle’s paintings which delve into the tactile process of working in vibrant saturated pigments.
  • · Established Artist, one of them whom exhibited at the Louvre in Paris, also Exhibited

For more information > http://www.rosedalemainstreet.ca

About the Rosedale Main Street BIA: The Rosedale Main Street Business Improvement Area represented over 180 businesses along Yonge Street from Woodlawn Avenue to Crescent Road. The BIA worked to improve the voice of the local businesses in their community.

Picture of the Rosedale Art Fair: